Thilawa to step up power and water supply by 2021

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 12 March 2018 Photo: Google ​ The infrastructure necessary for Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will be fully completed within four years, according to Thilawa SEZ Management Committee (TSMC) and Japanese officials. These include roads, bridges, electricity, water ...
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Thilawa’s complaint mechanism criticised as “a process on paper”

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 14 February, 2018 ​ The SEZ responded that the new process has involved consultations with more than 300 stakeholders. An international non-governmental organisation has accused a recently launched complaint process in Thilawa of violating human rights norms, whereas ...
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Kyaukphyu authorises Environment and Social Impact Assessment(EISA) but Rakhine committee demands strategic review

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 15 February, 2018 ​ A Strategic Environmental Assessment prior to ESIA is "a tangible step the NLD can take to avoid another Myitsone scenario", the ICJ said. THE committee charged with implementing the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State annou...
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Yangon to take part in upgrading of industrial zones

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 5 February, 2018 ​ The Yangon Regional Government will upgrade the industrial zones located within Yangon Region to encourage further investments and development, U Phyo Min Thein, the region's Chief Minister said during a meeting at the office of the Union of Myanmar...
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Dawei Special Economic Zone

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar Date: 3 February, 2018  ​Myanmar and Thailand have signed a memorandum of understanding to permit the Italian-Thai Development public company (ITD) to begin work on the Dawei deep sea port infrastructure project in 2018. The original project started in 20...
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Container cranes for Myanmar International Thilawa Terminal arrive

Source: The Global New Light Of Myanmar Date: 16 December 2017 A second batch of Machinery for handling containers at Myanmar International Thilawa Terminal (MITT) arrived at the port in southern Yangon yesterday. The five container cranes are manufactured by ZPMC company in China. MITT has been boo...
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